September 28 @ 08:00 - September 30 @ 17:00
Wednesday 28th September: Safety, Not Surveillance: Towards More Inclusive And Safer Nights
Manuel Garcia- Ruiz
Jõao Carlos Martins
Thursday 29th September: How Nighttime Governance Changes Cities
Nighttime governance brings institutional awareness of urban night, its problems and opportunities. It helps to deconstruct the stigma around the night and enables the implementation of research and policies that protect this ecosystem. But nighttime governance has a broader role in cities’ development. Nighttime advocates and governors from Berlin, New York and Liverpool share how so.
Thursday 29th September: The Role Of Cultural Policies In The Cities’ Transition
Cultural-led transformations in cities’ dynamics enable sustainable and well-thought changes that consider local communities’ well-being and the city’s development. From slowing down gentrification processes to fostering a local identity, cultural policy experts and research reflect on the role of cultural policies in reshaping cities.
António B. Guterres